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[texts]Lessons to a young prince by an old statesman, on the present disposition in Europe to a general revolution - Williams, David, 1738-1816
Authorship attributed to Williams in Mansell
Keywords: Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797; Political science; Constitutional law
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[texts]A plan of association on constitutional principles, for the parishes, tithings, hundreds, and counties of Great Britain, by which the outrages of mobs, and the necessity of a military government will be prevented, and the English constitution in a great measure restored, in 3 letters to a Member of Parliament - Williams, David, 1738-1816
"The first containing: The general causes of the late outrages by the Protestant Association, and remarks on the discoveries supposed to have been made by them. - The second: The plan of association. - The third: Objections to the plan, the necessity of adopting it, or some plan of a similar nature."
Keywords: Protestant Association (London, England); Gordon Riots, 1780; Catholic emancipation
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[texts]Lessons to a young prince, - Williams, David, 1738-1816

Keywords: Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797; Political science; Constitutions; Great Britain -- Politics and government 1760-1820
Downloads: 245
[texts]Egeria, or Elementary studies on the progress of nations in political conomy, legislation, and government - Williams, David, 1738-1816
"On internal evidence he [David Williams] is credited with Egeria, 1803, intended as a first volume of a periodical devoted to political economy."--D.N.B
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[texts]Royal recollections on a tour to Cheltenham, Gloucester, Worcester, and places adjacent, in the year 1788 - Williams, David, 1738-1816
A fictitious diary, professing to have been written by King George III, but really written by Rev. David Williams, a Unitarian minister. Cf. Halkett & Laing
Keywords: George III, King of Great Britain, 1738-1820
Downloads: 124
[texts]Letters on political liberty, and the principles of the English and Irish projects of reform : addressed to a member of the English House of Commons - Williams, David, 1738-1816
Authorship attributed to Williams in Mansell
Keywords: Great Britain. Parliament; Ireland. Parliament; Liberty; Political science
Downloads: 170
[texts]Constitutional doubts, humbly submitted to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, on the pretensions of the two houses of Parliament, to appoint a third estate - Williams, David, 1738-1816
Copy imperfect: Cover lacking
Keywords: Great Britain. Parliament; Constitutional history
Downloads: 195
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